Tag : Monitoring tool
Monitoring tool is used to monitor the performance of Linux systems.
Monitoring tool allows the users to track outages and performance degradation effectively. Monitoring the network is very essential, because it helps to improve the network efficiency. It monitors the CPU, Load average, memory, network interface, disk I/O, processes and file system space utilization. PRTG is one of the most widely-used network monitoring tools, which is more powerful. Monitoring tool also avoids loss and increases the profit. It provides easy installation and multiple location monitoring. Some of the well-known Linux monitoring tools are top, htop, atop, apachetop, ftptop, mytop, powertop, and iotop.
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